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Kasey Uhlenhuth and Richard Campbell talk the amazing power of Roslyn to use C# in unique ways, including as a tool to enforce coding standards inside your application. Kasey talks about joining Microsoft as the multi-year project to rewrite C# - code-named Roslyn – was finishing up and going open-source. Since then, there has been an explosion of opportunity for ways to work with C#. Kasey uses the compiler-as-a-service aspect of C# to create sophisticated coding standard rules that can throw warnings or even block builds when violated. You can see Kasey talk about Roslyn and more at DEVintersection, Oct 31-Nov 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Go to www.devintersection.com to register – sign up for a workshop package and you can go home with an XBOX One S or a VR headset!